With over 12,000 students, Hamburg University of Applied Sciences is one of the largest university of applied sciences in Germany. Founded in 1970, its roots go back to the 18th century.
The university offers a wide range of degree programmes in its four faculties: Engineering & Computer Science, Life Sciences, Design, Media & Information and Business & Social Sciences.
Hamburg University of Applied Sciences focuses on applied research and has close ties with industry. Its main areas of research are in Aeronautical Engineering, Bioprocess Engineering, Food Science, Information & Electrical Engineering and Renewable Energies
1,600 international students study at Hamburg University of Applied Sciences (14 % of all students), representing over 100 nations. T he university has partnerships with over 90 European universities as well as universities in North and South America, in Asia and in the Middle East.
Degree Course Available Through English
BSc in Information Engineering
Overview of the Town or City
In the North of Germany and in the heart of Europe; Hamburg is Germany’s second largest city (1.7 million inhabitants) and offers an excellent quality of life and international flair. The river Elbe flows through Hamburg and connects the city and its international harbour with the world.
Hamburg is one of the most dynamic commercial centres in Europe, with a strategic focus on six innovative segments: aviation (Airbus), the international port and logistics, IT and media, life sciences (biotechnology, medical technology and health care), nanotechnology and renewable energies.
Hamburg is a green city with 5 million trees and numerous large parks making life in this city very pleasant. Whether at the weekend or after work and whatever the weather; Hamburg’s residents enjoy the parks beside the Alster‘, a large lake in the cenre of the city
And, of course, the city is famous for its Reeperbahn – home to clubs and pubs and theatres to keep you amused into the small hours.
Tuition fees plus registration fee total €1380 pa